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White Night. Jim Butcher (Dresden Files 09)
White Night Jim Butcher - Dresden Files 09
Author: Jim Butcher
Meet Harry Dresden, Chicago's first (and only) Wizard P.I. Turns out the 'everyday' world is full of strange and magical things - and most of them don't play well with humans. That's where Harry comes in. A series of apparent suicides rings alarm bells with the police, and Harry is hired. At the first crime scene he hits pay dirt, discovering an...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780356500355
ISBN-10: 0356500357
Pages: 448
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4.6 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Orbit
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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reviewed White Night. Jim Butcher (Dresden Files 09) on + 287 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 5
So many things happened in this book, but for once there was actually some wrapping up of storylines. Although I've enjoyed these books tremendously, it has seemed at times that Harry just has too much to handle all at once. Fortunately now there are a few less things for him to worry about. Whew! My only disappointment was that there just wasn't enough Bob - two scanty scenes (although the first was great). I need more Bob! Otherwise, it was a tight story and brought in many of the characters from previous books. Loved it!
reviewed White Night. Jim Butcher (Dresden Files 09) on + 902 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 5
This is Book 9 of the Dresden Files.

I wish that I could read these books slowly so that I could savor them more but there is just too much going on and I cannot put them down.

In this book, Harry is trying to find the person (or people, or demon, or whatever) who is responsible for killing and/or abducting women who have only modest magical talents.

One suspect has been spotted in the gray cloak of a White Council Warden. Naturally, suspicion falls on Harry. And then there is surveillance footage of a man leaving with some of the women who have gone missing. Harry sees the video. He sees Thomas.

This book does more than provide a great story with an unbelievable, high-stress, high-stakes ending that is so pivotal to the overall series that I cannot say where it happens, who is involved, or how it ends.

This book also works to resolve the secrecy and tension between Thomas and Harry that has been building for the past two years. You get insight in what it is like for Harry to be a teacher and for Molly to be an apprentice. And there is a significant interaction between Harry and Lasciel's image, Lash, that I never saw coming.

This was an incredibly good addition to the Dresden series for a lot of different reasons. It was one of the most well-written books in the series and the last third of the book has one of the best action and fight scenes yet. In a series that keeps getting better, this book successfully continues the trend.
reviewed White Night. Jim Butcher (Dresden Files 09) on + 287 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
So many things happened in this book, but for once there was actually some wrapping up of storylines. Although I've enjoyed these books tremendously, it has seemed at times that Harry just has too much to handle all at once. Fortunately now there are a few less things for him to worry about. Whew! My only disappointment was that there just wasn't enough Bob - two scanty scenes (although the first was great). I need more Bob! Otherwise, it was a tight story and brought in many of the characters from previous books. Loved it!
reviewed White Night. Jim Butcher (Dresden Files 09) on + 902 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This is Book 9 of the Dresden Files.

I wish that I could read these books slowly so that I could savor them more but there is just too much going on and I cannot put them down.

In this book, Harry is trying to find the person (or people, or demon, or whatever) who is responsible for killing and/or abducting women who have only modest magical talents.

One suspect has been spotted in the gray cloak of a White Council Warden. Naturally, suspicion falls on Harry. And then there is surveillance footage of a man leaving with some of the women who have gone missing. Harry sees the video. He sees Thomas.

This book does more than provide a great story with an unbelievable, high-stress, high-stakes ending that is so pivotal to the overall series that I cannot say where it happens, who is involved, or how it ends.

This book also works to resolve the secrecy and tension between Thomas and Harry that has been building for the past two years. You get insight in what it is like for Harry to be a teacher and for Molly to be an apprentice. And there is a significant interaction between Harry and Lasciel's image, Lash, that I never saw coming.

This was an incredibly good addition to the Dresden series for a lot of different reasons. It was one of the most well-written books in the series and the last third of the book has one of the best action and fight scenes yet. In a series that keeps getting better, this book successfully continues the trend.
reviewed White Night. Jim Butcher (Dresden Files 09) on + 1551 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Harry Dresden is investigating the disappearance and murders of several women in Chicago. The only thing they seem to have in common is the fact that they are all magic practitioners. During his investigation, Harry receives evidence that the killer may actually be his brother, Thomas.

This is the 9th book in the Dresden Files series and it is great. Most of the characters from previous books are involved in this one, including Murphy, Butters, Thomas, Lasciel, Lara, Molly and (my favorite) Bob. I believe the action scene in the later half of the book was one of the longest, most involved scenes I've seen. I was exhausted after reading it. If you're a fan of the Dresden Files, you are going to love this book. My rating: 4.5 Stars.
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